I've been reading Kyle Minor's latest collection, Praying Drunk, one story at a time over the past week or so. Planning on writing a review in the next 1-2 months. Adam Thorpe's Still I bought as a recommendation from Felix Gilman and I plan on reading it in the near future.
The Library of America edition of Wiliam Wells Brown's writings just came out this week. I will read it at some undetermined date in the future (I have dozens of LoA editions to read through at some point). I bought Robert Fitzgerald's translation of The Aeneid to read in tandem with my own translation notes on Book I of Vergil's famous work.
These are two books to read in the near future: Julio Navarro's Dime Quién Soy and Dominique Rolin's Lettre à Lise. The premises of both intrigue me.
Now for the World War I-related books: First up is Alexander Soltzhenitsyn's August 1914 and Jessica Gregson's The Angel Makers. Both will be reviewed sometime in mid-to-late 2014.
The two books that have occupied most of my so-called "reading time" this month (more like slow, careful looking up of words in two languages): Liviu Rebreanu's Pădurea spânzuraților (Forest of the Hanged) and Miroslav Krleža's Hrvatski Bog Mars (Croatian God Mars). Both shall take several more months each to complete, but when I do, there will be reviews written of both.
An anthology and a cultural history: Tim Cross's anthology of WWI-related material, The Lost Voices of World War I, contains several writers that I haven't yet encountered in English or any other language. Alan Kramer's Dynamic of Destruction: Culture and Mass Killing in the First World War, is very good so far and I'll likely review it around May-June.